In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(incline)predisponerthis does not dispose me to like her — esto no me predispone a su favor
- Their positions within these new institutions may have disposed them to promote commercial values and made them willing to support the industrial and modernizing social order.
- Yet some also reflects on the Scottish audiences so much of his work addressed, and on the history which so disposed them towards it.
- The first process, self-selection, was created by internal motivational states and/or external incentives that disposed some people to volunteer for treatment.
- Natural law theory held the world to consist of a variety of beings and objects whose essence disposed them toward the fulfillment of higher purposes.
- They ease the atmosphere around two people and kindly dispose people to each other.
- There are two dining rooms, both tightly packed, both with mottled greyish-green walls and bizarrely disposed lumps of varnished pine.
- The measuring device is disposed between two magnets that are positioned at a distance from one another.
- We told people not to use running streams or rivers as toilet facilities because if the bacteria that carries cholera is disposed in water it grows and spreads faster.
- Nor, fifthly, would it yield his inquiry more satisfaction, to be answered, that there existed in things a principle of order, which had disposed the parts of the watch into their present form and situation.
- This block is more frontally disposed, formally clear, and attuned to the wide space in front of the complex than anything already there.
- More often than not, offensive operations did not consist in digging continuous trench positions and zones disposed in depth.
- At this time his work was purely abstract, featuring geometrically disposed bars and rectangles in a style close to Mondrian and van Doesburg.
- A first planar electrode layer being transparent is disposed on an inner surface of the first substrate.
- A pin array is connectively disposed between a surface region of a heat sink and a surface region of an entity to be cooled.
- Both proteins are disposed as strings of beads arranged along long pitch longitudinal helices, but the strings of beads for the two proteins are on separate stripes of membrane.
- Word lines are disposed in parallel, and the main bit line and the ground line cross the word lines.
- A fine particle of metal is disposed on a semiconductor substrate.
- Nor did he put the figures on display in a frontally disposed arrangement.
- Each of the boards was sunk into the PDMS at rates controlled by a range of symmetrically disposed weights.
- The ‘welcome’ signs, artfully disposed, make it clear that hospitality is merely an allusive flavor; they are in no wise meant to be taken literally.
- The base portions are disposed in a matrix arrangement having rows and columns.
- RyRs are disposed in a tetragonal arrangement, and groups of four DHPRs, or tetrads, are associated with alternate RyRs, forming a related array.
- Recently, I went to a soccer game in my city on behalf of a newspaper; the fans of the opposing teams had to be separated by hundreds of policemen, disposed in military fashion.
- People propose, cops dispose.
- The generals may propose, but H5N1 will dispose.
- There are a whole lot of proposals, but it is really the Congress that disposes.
- The Pentagon proposes, the press disposes - albeit within softer confines than prevailed in the Gulf War.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.